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Hey guys, 

 

Need a little help with identifying some slabs that ive got to add to and was wondering what you guys thinks they may be?

 

york gold maybe?

 

These seem different to the ones one the step or are they just more aged?

Any help is much apprechiated..  :)

 

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  • PRO

    The first ones look like natural riven pressed slabs not sure about the 2nd ones tho.

  • do not know other than riven but depending how old they might be impearal not metric dimenshions which could make a diferance if adding to them, they might have been cheepies from a DIY store which might be difficult to match 

  • Cheers guys, nearly impossible aye, are have to explain this clearly, advise to maybe rip all of them up to do a good job. 

    Regards

  • Marshalls Heritage slabs in Calder Brown

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  • PRO

    Hi Benny

    i don’t think that they are Marshall’s Heritage as the edge faces are too straight/square. Depending on when they were laid they could be Atlas Super Riven  - the housing developers liked using them in the late 90’s. Unfortunately for you I don’t think that Atlas still exist though.

    Something like the Bradstone Ashbourne (https://www.simplypaving.com/products/paving/manufactured-paving/br...) might look similar, although your going to struggle to get anything to blend in well. Might be a good chance to up sell and replace the whole lot.

    Cheers

    John

    Bradstone Ashbourne Paving in Cotswold
    Ashbourne incorporates riven paving and fettled edges to provide a truly distinctive and attractive solution.
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